Miami Booker T. Washington cornerback Da’Vante Davis attended his first Florida game Saturday against LSU.
He visited with teammate Devonaire Clarington, ESPN’s top-ranked tight end for 2015.
“It was pretty good,” Davis said. “The atmosphere was crazy.”
Davis said the loss by the Gators, who offered him in the summer, didn’t bother him.
“They were out there making plays,” he said. “It’s still good. They stack pretty high (on his list).”
The 6-foot-2, 183-pounder holds more than 20 offers but appears to be focused on four schools.
He plans to officially visit Florida State this weekend and Alabama in the future. Davis said UF will probably receive a return trip from him after the season.
He has no timeline on a decision.
“I dont know, probably sooner rather than later,” he said. “I just need to talk with my coaches. I have an idea of who I like because I talk to some schools more than I talk to other schools.
“I hear from Florida, Florida State, Alabama and Miami. I don’t have really any leaders right now.”